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. >> that's what sold me, was how great this supple tastes. >> since taking supple, i don't have any pain. >> that's just incredible. now, on our last show together, we talked about how the key ingredients in supple are the standard of care for the treatment of joint pain in europe. and really, the response has been amazing. from what i hear, you've been able to help millions of people. >> we're arthritis advocates and the active agents in supple, they've fast become the most used, best-selling joint rebuilding agents of all time. 13 million people are using these all over the world for safe, significant and complete relief, complete relief from all their joint problems. there's no question that supple works. >> and now you're seeing these kinds of results because there's a direct connection between the root causes of joint pain and the lack of core building blocks that your body needs to function properly. >> but it's not just joint pain. >> ok. >> it's also bone pain and muscle pain, overall weakness and fatigue too. all these things are linked to a common nutritional deficiency that's
the beltway. >> i don't think restricting, you know, people's right to -- second amendment rights would be a solution here. >> reporter: cbs news has learned the white house is looking at several new laws including reinstating the assault weapons ban that expired in 2004, extending criminal and mental health background checks to firearms sales at gun shows, and through private dealers. >> it's critically important we act. >> reporter: today the vice president meets with representatives of gun owner groups including the national rifle association. the nra believes any restrictions on guns and ammo violate the constitution. >> i don't want any part of my freedom taken away. >> reporter: vice president joe biden says he believes new laws can make it through congress because the massacre in newtown, connecticut changed the political landscape here in washington. >> i don't think anything has touched the heart of the american people so profoundly as seeing those young children not only being shot but riddled with bullets. >> reporter: still, skeptics lik
are scheduled to graduate this coming spring. >>> state schools chief don torlickson is expected to unveil a new system for standardized testing. last year he was given the task of revamping student achievement tests which gauge progress in english, arts and math. the new testing is expected to include critical thinking and problem solving skills to comply with new national guidelines known as common core. >>> it is 4:36. we know when the united states supreme court will take up the prop 8 case, on march 26. at issue whether it was constitutional for the california voters to ban gay marriage through the 2008 ballot measure. the next day the court will hear arguments on the constitutionality of the federal "defense of marriage act." the rulings are expected sometime in june. >>> president obama is urging congress to act quickly and confirm his nominees for defense secretary and cia director but cbs news reporter susan mcginnis says another capitol hill battle seems to be looming. >>> reporter: president obama announced his pick for the next heads of th
know who is going to join us now? >> i don't know. >> the lady standing right by me. >> it's cold. >> it is cold. but not as cold as we initially forecasted. we are still not seeing any 20- degree readings -- >> and we're okay with that. >> i know. yeah. if you are stepping outside this morning, it will still be cold but not seeing any 20s that we initially anticipated. right now we're seeing 30s and low 40s. 44 right now in san francisco but even in santa rosa picking up upper 30s and concord at 39. mid-30s in livermore so why? it's because of the winds. the winds have kept temperatures slightly warmer. but they are still keeping this freeze advisory or freeze warning and the frost advisory in effect until 8:00 because again if the winds die down in the next couple of hours, between that 6:00 and 7:00 hour as you get closer to sunrise, could see temperatures continue to dip. so we'll keep a close eye on it. in the meantime continue to protect your plants, pets and your pipes. we'll take a look at the seven- day forecast too coming up. in the
career. >> i don't think you can go through a career without having some interaction with the bottom or other vests else. >> reporter: captain kleess passed an alcohol test. we are waiting for word on his drug test. he is on paid leave as the investigation. we don't know how long the ship will stay in the bay. live on treasure island, anne makovec cbs 5. >> an east bay man met his match and maker during an attempted burglary at an apartment complex in pittsburg. a man killed the burglar in his home. police spent 12 hours processing the crime scene. it started around 10:30 yesterday morning. a 29-year-old man heard somebody at the front door trying to get in. so he went for his weapon. >> reached back to his bedroom and reached for a loaded firearm. by the time he makes it back to the front door, he is confronted by the suspect who is now inside his house. >> there was a fight between the homeowner and the 54-year- old intruder who carried a replica gun and both men lost their weapons. that's when the homeowner grabbed a knife and stabbed the bur
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